And Laughter Fell From The Sky: A Novel by Jyotsna SreenivasanAnd Laughter Fell From The Sky: A Novel by Jyotsna Sreenivasan

And Laughter Fell From The Sky: A Novel

byJyotsna Sreenivasan

Paperback | October 28, 2015

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“A timely story about what matters most deeply: our quest for love and acceptance….Jyotsna Sreenivasan’s writing speaks straight to the heart.”
—Kim Barnes, author of In the Kingdom of Men

And Laughter Fell from the Sky, the enthralling first novel from Jyotsna Sreenivasan, is a stirring contemporary love story about two young Indian-Americans trying to find love and their place in the world, while dealing with the confines and pressures of their culture and their families. A remarkable literary journey that carries the reader from the American heartland to the Pacific Northwest and into the teeming heart of India, And Laughter Fell from the Sky is a magnificent debut by a fresh and exciting new voice, immediately placing Sreenivasan alongside Jhumpa Lahiri, popular author of The Namesake, as an expert chronicler of the Indian-American cultural experience.

The daughter of Indian immigrants, Jyotsna Sreenivasan was born and raised in Ohio. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous literary magazines and she has received literature grants from the Washington, D.C., Commission on the Arts and Humanities. The author of several nonfiction books published by academic presses and the creator o...
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Title:And Laughter Fell From The Sky: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.76 inPublished:October 28, 2015Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062105760

ISBN - 13:9780062105769

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“Sreenivasan writes with a tender, seemingly semiautobiographical view of her subjects and clearly understands the familial and cultural pressures on second-generation Americans. . . . A witty, timely exploration of the varying definitions of success, belonging, cultural identity, and the human desire to connect.”